Forest Policy and Economics

(The H4-Index of Forest Policy and Economics is 27. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
COVID-19-induced visitor boom reveals the importance of forests as critical infrastructure196
Climate-Smart Forestry: the missing link105
Non-wood forest products in Europe – A quantitative overview74
Reconciling oil palm economic development and environmental conservation in Indonesia: A value chain dynamic approach62
Reviewing social forestry schemes in Indonesia: Opportunities and challenges52
Economic growth and deforestation in African countries: Is the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis applicable?45
Resilient landscapes to prevent catastrophic forest fires: Socioeconomic insights towards a new paradigm42
Research trends: Bioeconomy politics and governance40
Economic growth and the forest development path: A theoretical re-assessment of the environmental Kuznets curve for deforestation40
Climate change coping and adaptation strategies: How do cocoa farmers in Ghana diversify farm income?37
Determinants of forest product group trade by gravity model approach: A case study of China36
A global empirical re-assessment of the Environmental Kuznets curve for deforestation36
Restoring the forest revives our culture: Ecosystem services and values for ecological restoration across the rural-urban nexus in South Africa35
Global timber investments, 2005 to 201734
Two decades of forest-related legislation changes in European countries analysed from a property rights perspective33
Governing Europe's forests for multiple ecosystem services: Opportunities, challenges, and policy options32
How many people globally actually use non-timber forest products?32
Sectoral policies cause incoherence in forest management and ecosystem service provisioning30
Forest owners' future intentions for forest management30
How considering multiple criteria, uncertainty scenarios and biological interactions may influence the optimal silvicultural strategy for a mixed forest30
The politics of urban trees: Tree planting is associated with gentrification in Portland, Oregon30
Agroforestry and non-state actors: A review29
The potential of Amazon indigenous agroforestry practices and ontologies for rethinking global forest governance29
The EU climate package “Fit for 55” - a double-edged sword for Europeans and their forests and timber industry29
A framework to evaluate the impacts of research on policy and practice: A forestry pilot study28
Authoritarian environmentalism, just transition, and the tension between environmental protection and social justice in China's forestry reform28
Policy forum: Shifting cultivation and agroforestry in the Amazon: Premises for REDD+28
A forest experience does not always evoke positive emotion: A pilot study on unconscious facial expressions using the face reading technology27
Adaptation strategies of Ghanaian cocoa farmers under a changing climate27